GROUP INC Sample Clauses

GROUP INC. By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxx, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer THE XXXX X. XXXXXXXXX, L.P. By: /s/ Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: General Partner RIVIERA-XXXX L.P. By: /s/ Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: General Partner PRISM PARTNERS I, L.P. By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner PRISM PARTNERS II OFFSHORE FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner PRISM PARTNERS OFFSHORE FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner XXXXX XXXX & XXXXX XXXXX FUND LLP By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Managing Director and Portfolio Manager XXXXX XXXX & XXXXX SMALL CAP GROWTH FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Managing Director and Portfolio Manager /s/ Xxxxxx X. Spalutto --------------------------------------- Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx MUTUAL DISCOVERY FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP MUTUAL FINANCIAL SERVICES FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP FRANKLIN MUTUAL BEACON FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP MUTUAL QUALIFIED FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx --------------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP SCHEDULE A PURCHASERS Mutual Discovery Fund Mutual Financial Services Fund Mutual Qualified Fund Franklin Mutual Beacon Fund Prism Partners I, L.P. Prism Partners II Offshore Fund Prism Partners Offshore Fund Xxxxx Xxxx & Xxxxx Xxxxx Fund LLP Xxxxx Xxxx & Xxxxx Small Cap Growth Fund The Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx L.P. Riviera-Xxxx L.P. Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx & Xxxxx, Inc.
GROUP INC. On Behalf of Itself and the Companies Set Forth In Exhibit A hereto By: /s/ Xxxxx Xxxxxx Etlin Name: Xxxxx Xxxxxx Xxxxx Its: Senior Vice PresidentRestructuring [Signature Page to Agency Agreement] HILCO MERCHANT RESOURCES, LLC, XXXXXX XXXXXXXX RETAIL PARTNERS, LLC, SB CAPITAL GROUP, LLC, TIGER CAPITAL GROUP, LLC AND GREAT AMERICAN GROUP, LLC By: HILCO MERCHANT RESOURCES, LLC Its: Authorized Signatory By: Name: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Vice President and Deputy General Counsel [Signature Page to Agency Agreement] CONSENTED AND AGREED TO AS IT RELATES TO SECTIONS 3.3(e), 3.4, 16 AND 17 HEREOF, BY: GENERAL ELECTRIC CAPITAL CORPORATION By: Name: /s/ Authorized Signatory Authorized Signatory Title: Authorized Signatory [Signature Page to Agency Agreement] CONSENTED AND AGREED TO AS IT RELATES TO SECTIONS 16 AND 17 HEREOF, BY: GA CAPITAL LLC, as Term Agent By: Name: /s/ Authorized Signatory Authorized Signatory Title: Authorized Signatory
GROUP INC v. MusclePharm (letter sending check in satisfaction of judgment attached) On January 25, 2021, 1111 Group, Inc. (“1111 Group”) filed a Complaint against MusclePharm in Los Angeles Superior Court, State of California (Case No. 21VESC00124). Therein, 1111 Group claimed it was owed $1,846.35 in unpaid commissions. MusclePharm did not actively defend this matter. Ultimately, the Court issued a judgment on November 19, 2021, against MusclePharm and in favor of 1111 Group for the principal amount of $1,200, and costs of $90 for a total of $1,290. MusclePharm paid the judgment on March 1, 2022. After the judgment was satisfied, 1111 Group continued to insist it was owed two additional commission payments, totaling $20,694.05. On April 11, 2022, counsel for MusclePharm requested by letter that 1111 Group provide documentation substantiating its position. As of this date, 1111 Group has not responded or otherwise contacted MusclePharm.
GROUP INC. By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxx, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer THE XXXX X. XXXXXXXXX, L.P. By:/s/ Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: General Partner RIVIERA-XXXX L.P. By: /s/ Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: General Partner PRISM PARTNERS I, L.P. By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner PRISM PARTNERS II OFFSHORE FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner PRISM PARTNERS OFFSHORE FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Name: Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxxx Title: Managing General Partner XXXXX XXXX & XXXXX XXXXX FUND LLP By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Managing Director and Portfolio Manager XXXXX XXXX & XXXXX SMALL CAP GROWTH FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxx Xxxxxxxxxxx Managing Director and Portfolio Manager /s/ Xxxxxx X. Spalutto ----------------------------------- Xxxxxx X. Xxxxxxxx MUTUAL DISCOVERY FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP MUTUAL FINANCIAL SERVICES FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP FRANKLIN MUTUAL BEACON FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP MUTUAL QUALIFIED FUND By: /s/ Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx ----------------------------------- Xxxxxxx Xxxxxxxxx Title: AVP SCHEDULE A Aggregate Number of Number of Purchase Price Name and Address Shares to be Warrants to be for Shares and Of Purchaser Purchased Received Warrant Certificate ------------ --------- -------- ------------------- Mutual Discovery Fund 420,000 126,000 $2,310,010 c/o Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC 00 Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078 Mutual Financial Services Fund 420,000 126,000 $2,310,010 c/o Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC 00 Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078 Mutual Qualified Fund 420,000 126,000 $2,310,010 c/o Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC 00 Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078 Franklin Mutual Beacon Fund 158,150 47,445 $869,835 c/o Franklin Mutual Advisers, LLC 00 Xxxx X. Xxxxxxx Parkway Short Hills, NJ 07078 Prism Partners I, L.P. 180,000 54,000 $990,010 c/x Xxxxxxxxx Capita...

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  • Group RRSP The current pension plan is terminated with the effective date of the (acquisition date) new Collective Agreement between the parties. The union (C.A.W.) will not oppose or restrict the wind-up of the existing pension plan. The National Automobile, Aerospace, Transportation and General Workers Union of Canada (C.A.W. Canada) and its Local 1987 and the Ventra Group Inc., agree that Ventra Group Inc. will not assume any liability for the former pension plan. Ventra Group Inc. agrees to establish a group RRSP based on the following contribution schedule: One dollar ($1.00) per hour paid of each year of the Collective Agreement. Payments shall be remitted monthly on behalf of each individual employee to a financial institution, to be selected by the C.A.W. leadership and shall serve as trust payments to individual registered retirement savings plan accounts for each employee. Compensated hours shall be defined for the purposes of this article, as hours paid, paid holidays, negotiated vacation, time off or any other days or hours for which the employee is paid, but shall exclude leave of absence, time spent on sickness or accident or Workplace Safety and Insurance Board benefits, which are not opposed by Canadian Labour Law. Persons on authorized union leave of absence shall be considered at work and shall have contributions made on the basis of eight hours for each full day of such leave. The administrative cost for the plan will be paid by Ventra Group Inc. Contributions for new hires (after the acquisition date) will commence with the first full pay period after the completion of his/her probationary period, and achieving seniority. Probation employees will then receive contributions to coincide with their date of hire.

  • Group Insurance Plan Employees with a minimum of ten (10) years of service with the Board retiring prior to Medicare eligibility may elect to remain in the Group Insurance Program until they become eligible for Medicare; rates applicable to the entire group; the cost of such insurance shall be borne by the retiree, except that the Board shall provide without charge for collection and remittance of premiums for such insurance. Applications must be submitted within thirty (30) days of retirement.

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  • Group Term Life Insurance The Welfare Plan will include Group Term Life Insurance in accordance with the following Table of Hourly Job Rate Brackets and corresponding coverages. Benefits will be payable as a result of death from any cause on a twenty-four (24) hour coverage basis.

  • Distribution Plans You shall also be entitled to compensation for your services as provided in any Distribution Plan adopted as to any series and class of any Fund’s Shares pursuant to Rule 12b-1 under the 1940 Act. The compensation provided in any such Distribution Plan (a “12b-1 Plan”) may be divided into a distribution fee and a service fee, as set forth in such Plan and the Fund’s then current prospectus and statement of additional information (“SAI”), each of which is compensation for different services to be rendered to the Fund. Subject to the termination provisions in a 12b-1 Plan, any distribution fee with respect to the sale of a Share subject to such Plan shall be earned when such Share is sold and shall be payable from time to time as provided in the 12b-1 Plan. The distribution fee payable to you as provided in any 12b-1 Plan shall be payable without offset, defense or counterclaim (it being understood by the parties hereto that nothing in this sentence shall be deemed a waiver by the Fund of any claim the Fund may have against you).

  • Optional Group Life Insurance Subject to the provisions of the Plan, eligible employees shall be entitled to purchase optional Group Life Insurance coverage in units of ten thousand dollars ($10,000) up to a maximum of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars ($250,000). The employee shall pay one hundred percent (100%) of the premiums for the optional coverage.

  • State Employee Group Insurance Program (SEGIP) During the life of this Agreement, the Employer agrees to offer a Group Insurance Program that includes health, dental, life, and disability coverages equivalent to existing coverages, subject to the provisions of this Article. All insurance eligible employees will be provided with a Summary Plan Description (SPD) called “Your Employee Benefits”. Such SPD shall be provided no less than biennially and prior to the beginning of the insurance year. New insurance eligible employees shall receive a SPD within thirty (30) days of their date of eligibility.

  • Defined Contribution Plan Employees hired on or after the effective date of the MERS Defined Contribution (“DC”) Plan for this bargaining unit shall participate in that plan. The Employer shall contribute seven percent (7%) of a participating employee's gross wages to the DC Plan. A participating employee shall be required to contribute three percent (3%) of gross wages to the DC Plan. A participating employee may also voluntarily contribute additional amounts on an after-tax basis to his or her individual account in the reserve for the DC Plan for any plan year in any amount to the extent allowed by federal law and subject to procedures established by MERS.